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Chillin' with... Carey Price

Friday, 01.30.2009 / 10:00 AM / Chillin'

By Dan Rosen - Senior Writer

What's on your iPod now?"I've got everything on there from Lil' Wayne to George Strait to Metallica. I have everything on there. I have really varied my music since I moved here (to Montreal)."

What are your favorite websites?"I'd say Facebook and probably YouTube. YouTube is pretty fun. I like to look up comedians all the time. I have seen a couple of things with myself in it."

Who would play you in a movie about your life?"Probably the guy from "Entourage," Vinny Chase (played by Adrian Grenier). I think we are pretty similar."

Do you cook, order in or go out?"I haven't cooked a meal this year, and I cooked maybe three meals last year -- and it was basically pasta with canned sauce, so it doesn't really count. There is a good group of single guys here, about five or six of us, and we go out every night."

Favorite TV show?"Definitely "Entourage" would be No. 1; "The Simpsons" is on there, too."

Favorite movie?"I'd have to say "Pineapple Express," "Step Brothers" … pretty much anything with Will Ferrell in it."

What Hollywood starlette would you go out with?"Just one? Does it have to be just one? Why? OK. It would probably be Jessica Biel, or Megan Fox.

Favorite sports team of all time (excluding your team)?"It would probably be the New York Yankees. Ever since I was a kid, before they won all their championships, I have always been a Yankees fan. A lot of people give me grief for being a Yankees fan. They ask, 'Why don't you like Toronto?' Hey, I'm not from Toronto."

Favorite sports figure of all time (excluding yourself)?"Personality it would probably be Jeremy Roenick. He is always outside the box as far as hockey players are concerned. He always has the funny quotes. I like Cabby on the Street (from "The Score"), too. (All-Star Weekend) was the first time I met him and we hit it off pretty good."

Tell me a little something about your hometown of Anahim Lake, B.C.?"There are about 1,000 people, and it's out in the middle of nowhere. It's about 300 miles from the nearest town that has a mall and whatnot. All you have to do really is fish and hunt and play hockey. We don't have an indoor rink. We have one outdoor rink that is kind of rundown now."

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